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Who's Irish?I think that Natalie's mother has to represent the point of view of the story in order for readers to fully understand some of the painful elements of cultural differences. If Natalie were telling...
Who's Irish?In the story "Who's Irish", the narrator tells the story from her own point of view, as first person subjective-limited. An omniscient point of view would entail that the narrator can also access...
Who's Irish?“Who’s Irish?” by Gish Jen speaks to the cultural differences in generations particularly in immigrant families. The story displays the differences in perception and understanding between...